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Episode 124: UA Tech Park Connects Businesses from Tucson, U.S. and Overseas

Local businesses participate in effort to showcase opportunities to companies in other countries.

Part 1: Diverse Alliances in Tucson Immigrant and Refugee Community

The impact in Southern Arizona of Trump's executive orders.

Historic Planes to Fill Tucson's Skies

The annual Heritage Conference puts World War II planes in the sky with modern aircraft.

UA To Host Public Forum On Trump's Immigration Actions

Immigration lawyers will offer free consultations; another event planned to discuss issues in journalism.

Focus on Arizona Border at Homeland Security Hearing

Secretary Kelly announced he'll visit the border between Arizona and Mexico.

A Place to Call Home: Sins of the Father

On the anniversary of Lewis Bligh's death, George reflects on the troubled relationship he had with his father.

Meeting at the Intersection of Diplomacy and Science

Ambassadors, science advisers, researchers to tackle science diplomacy topics.

Pima County Will Appeal Ruling Nixing Its Balloon-Launch Contract

Supervisors vote 3-2 for appeal of ruling involving $15 million in county borrowing.

Homeland Security Chief to Visit Southern Arizona Border This Week

Secretary Kelly tells a House committee he'll visit to talk with local law enforcement.

Exploring Music: Ying and Yang, The Play of Opposites, Part 2

Opposites, it seems, may contain the whole.

Tucson Calls for Arguments on Sales Tax Increase Proposal

Submit 300-word pro or con for May election on proposal for half-cent increase.

Sheriffs Ask Where's Their Share of Border Strike Force Money

$28 million for Ducey's force; $1.2 million for border county sheriffs, one says.

Caution Over U.S. House Committee Hearing on Border Security

Border safety tops Homeland Security Committee agenda Tuesday.

The Coroner: The Salcombe Selkie

When the parents of Leah Walker return home from visiting her grave, they are stunned to find her standing alive and well in their driveway.

How Do UA Students Feel About Their Job Prospects?

Worries over rising tuition, lack of jobs; 'college won't get cheaper any time soon.'

US Eyes Mexican Energy Industry as Pemex Readies for Reform

American companies are ready to invest, but not before Pemex gets its house in order.

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